Particle contamination is a major issue in the field of surface coatings because it compromises product quality and reliability. Long-term use usually reveals the wear impact and abrasive degradation of the surface layer. The smallest particle traces can be discovered early if the correct procedure is applied. Particle counting can also be used for liquid pollution control, identifying dirt residues, and particle size analysis.
Alfa Chemistry offers particle counting services to aid in the development of surface coatings. A professional liquid particle counting equipment is used in the Alfa Chemistry laboratory to count particles.
Liquid particle counting is a reliable method of analysis. It measures cleanliness by measuring and counting particle impurities that are easily discharged on the surface of a wet disk drive component under low stress. The level of particles in liquids is commonly measured using liquid-borne particle counters. These counters are also used to measure the particle level of the substrate surface, determine the cleanliness of the surface, and evaluate and enhance the surface cleaning process when combined with ultrasonic treatment in ultrapure water and/or other liquids. They've evolved into a necessary component of the surface cleaning procedure.
The particle counting system used by Alfa Chemistry was developed specifically for laboratory applications. It can detect particles with diameters ranging from 0.9 to 139 micrometers and concentrations of up to 120000 particles per milliliter. This unique tool can also be used to investigate particle sizes.
Optical particle counting is used as the basis for the analysis. The loss of light is recorded each time a particle passes through the analysis window. Very minute particles, even at very low concentrations, can be detected with this approach. We can easily study volumes as small as 10 μL because we have a variety of syringe sizes to choose from.
The size distribution and quantitative analysis of particle pollutants that are easily discharged from the surface are covered by our test procedures. The greatest deviation of the three runs is predicted to be 33% based on the repeat count of three samples of the same sample. All sample preparation operations should be carried out in a certified laminar flow hood.
To eliminate impurities, we soak the sample in deionized water that may contain surfactants. The liquid particle counting system samples and analyzes the removed pollutants.
The total accumulation or number of differences in particle sizes in the extract is then counted. A blank is also analyzed.
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